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In their visit to the global conflict contemporaneously dubbed “The War to End All Wars,” the series will introduce a new recurring character in American soldier Nicholas Keynes, played by Michael Brady (Un REAL, Jane the Virgin, Intelligence).
Injured in battle, Keynes encounters Lucy’s mother Carol (Susanna Thompson) – revealed in the Season 1 finale as a high-ranking member of the sinister cabal Rittenhouse – and off-reservation former Lifeboat pilot Carol (Annie Wersching).
(A&E) Part of the re-launch of the network's "Biography" series, this two-hour film is the first one authorized by the rap star's estate and follows his widow, Faith Evans, as she searches for answers to his murder (There's also a six-part miniseries titled (E!
) The third season of the reality series finds country singer Jessie Decker juggling her music career, hosting duties and expanding her businesses after her husband, wide receiver Eric Decker, unexpectedly changes football teams and signs with the Tennessee Titans. ) The reality series about the lives of WWE Superstars The Bella Twins returns with Nikki Bella and fiancé John Cena temporarily relocating to Phoenix to help Brie Bella and her husband, Daniel Bryan, through their first pregnancy.(Sundance TV) The second installment of creator Jane Campion's crime miniseries has Elisabeth Moss' Detective Robin Griffin heading back to Australia.
More importantly to some audience members, the show also brings a steady rotation of Jaleel White back into the TV landscape (he plays his friend Darryl).
(Fox) Will Lucious (Terrence Howard) ever regain his memory after his time in the coma?
Despite an underwhelming 4.6 million viewership and 1.1 share average, the fan support for this show became evident on social media as being shared between NBC and Sony, the initial decision to cancel wasn't entirely surprising. Also, expect a smattering of shows about real Americans making a difference, be it Lifetime's retelling of the events surrounding the Flint water crisis (premiering October 28) or, out later this year, National Geographic Channel's adaptation of journalist Martha Raddatz's book (Acorn TV) It's the U. debut for the mid-'90s British drama that helped make Idris Elba a star.Janet Mc Teer stars as Helen Hewitt, the first woman put in charge of a maximum security prison called Barfield that had been nearly destroyed during a disastrous riot.But, we’re happy to know they cared and loved the show.” In saying that, Greenblatt essentially unleashed a news needle that popped the proverbial balloon of fan empowerment on social media.Indeed, the crux of his claim is that Timeless was saved solely by internal forces within NBC that found a way to overcome logistical difficulties and not by capitulation to any amount of outcry.